The past few years a lot of conventions we’ve been to have been very inclusive when it came to LGBT representation. HIDIVE hosted this panel, one of many on Friday night at Anime NYC. If you’re unfamiliar with HIDIVE it’s a streaming service for anime and they have been sponsors at a few of the conventions I’ve been to this past year. You can catch Simulcasts, dubs and much more on HIDIVE there is a 7-day free trial if you’re interested in checking out the anime they stream. Continue reading
Crunchyroll has used their industry connections to the fullest. Anime NYC is only in its second year and its list of guests is stacked. As a person who is fascinated with sound, this is something that has caught my interest. There an even a point in my life where I wanted to pursue voice over as a career. These folks have my utmost love and respect.
This list was pretty long so I divided it into two. Welcome to part one.
DAY 12: Saddest Anime Scene
The most saddest anime scene for me was in Akame ga Kill. The whole anime was depressing. It was a good anime but it was so damn sad. I was crying through out most of the series because everyone had a freaking epic death scene. I thought it was goin to be a good exciting action packed anime which it was but it was full of never ending tragedies. The main hero Tatsumi traveled to the kingdom to bring money to his country but in turn gets treated like crap. He meets this couple who he thought would help him in becoming a knight but, only to find out that the family is crazy and they were raping and torturing his best friends. Then he joins the group of cool looking Assassin’s that fight for justice only to watch everyone… 😢😭😭 I can not explain because it’s to freakin sad.